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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Useful {tints* FASHIONS. The blouse of the hour (says ' Housewife ') is so gathered and shirred that it seems a pity to hide its smartness beneath the deep lace cape collar which is so much in vogue at present. Although the stole collar is certainly newer than the other style it is not nearly so be coming, and has a ' matronly ' air with it which seems unsuitable to the maiden of early summer. Some cape collars which I saw lately were extremely large,' and reached to the waist both back and front. One of these capes would make an ideal theatre or evening wrap if mounted over a foundation of. ivory silk or satin, or a coloured lining, but the ivory tint is smarter and1 more be coming. The only trimming the cape would require would be a frill of ivory accordion-pleated chiffon placed round the hem, and fashioned into a ' waterfall ' down both the fronts. In speaking of the elaborate ness of the present blouse one refers more particularly to those made up in white Japanese silk. A mode...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social and Presentation MR. and MRS. A. E. BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

Social and presentation - -TO - MPv. and MRS. A. E. BROWN. On Thursday the Social and Pre sentation to Mr. and Mrs. Brown | (late of the K.H, and A. Bank, now! of the Lisrnoro Branch), eventuated I in the School of Arts. Of late un-i satisfactory weather conditions havej interfered with the success of moat of our social functions, and Thursday evening proved no exception to what has seemingly become the rule, threatening and showery weather prevaijing. However, it is highly complimentary to Mr. and Mrs.i Brown, and shows the esteem in; which they are held by the corn-! rnunity, that over 120 leading resi-j rlenfs attended. The recipients Mr.j ind Mrs. Brown and their niece Miss! May Wilson coming from Lismore by train to be present. Mr. Brown is a gentleman well-liked on every hand, with a breezy, pleasant, ''glad to sec you '' deportment, and withal flignifk'd, always active in the pro motion of anything conducive to the general good, and prosperity of the immediate, district. Mrs....

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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McLEAN'S 2nd 1903, Handicap [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

-'»f«'fvEA V« 2nd 1903, Handicap Scratch— P. Moore, D. Qnain, A, Morell. W. B. Marr ; W. E. Balzer 2 yds. ; W. Moran 4 yf]«. : 1). Hi^ins 0 ydn ; F. Jriakip J. Rolf H yds?. : J. Bovle ti. Prior B. Miller Ji yth. : J. Mc^ettisjan A. Barton Iff v*l». : W. Oraham K. MClymcnt| 1 1 yh. : P. King J. H. Caine A. 0 'Keefel 12 yt\n.;A. T. i-ee f-. Brookie J. Mor mon J. Munr. J3 yds, : R. Lee .1. South »J. Bowman If -vl«.'; P. Brook P. Hayter \U yds. : A. Mahcr 1-» yd«, : F. Moore 17 yds. : W. B. Balzer 20 yds. : R. M'Lean 21 yd.M. A. T. K. Harrison, Handicapper, | i

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DAIRY & FARM. TROUBLE WITH ROPY MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 31 October 1903

[?] TROUBLE WITH ROPY MILK. ? o ? The stringy or ropy condition of milk (says an exchange) is not very common, but it does occasionally occur. It has been investigated by bacteriologists, and they have found it to be caused by a germ. This has been isolated, and cultures of it have been made. It is found that when milk is inoculated with these cul tures the stringy or ropy condition may be produced in any milk. This, then, is proof of the cause of the difficulty. Germs of this kind are not very common, but they occas ionally get into milk from some source, and make it unattractive for family consumption. The best way to overcome this trouble is to carefully wash thc eow's udder and brush her legs afterwards, drying both with a clean towel. Then the milker should wash his hands, thoroughly, steam the pail into which he milks, and, after throwing away the first quantity of milk drawn, milk the cow with dry hands into this clean pail. The milk should be protected as carefully as possib...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Poetry and Fiction. A Wish. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

} / -$A 09isl?. When the world to thee is new, When its dazzling dreams deceive thee. Ere they pass like morning dew — Faith retrieve thee! When the glory fades away, When of light the clouds bereave thee When the shadows mar the day — Hope relieve thee! When despair's destroying breath With the bitterness of death — Love reprieve thee! When the bells at curfew toll, When the lingering sunbeams leave thee, When the night o'erwhelm thy soul — God receive thee!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

m ATHLETIC SPORTS. &* 1 . QUAIN'S £10 SHEFFIELD v P& m | x HANDICAP. - % § M - % TO BE RUN AT BYRON BAY ON $ % 0 II x °. KING'S BIRTHDAY, ^\g m \ k (November Jlth). . ^ \- « -X-K ^ [On the old Ground known as Kirk's] ^ -_ ?£& i§ $ $^ Programme. , ^** $$ I ^ 1. Opening Handicap, of 10:)yds. £1 \v A ' ^ ?M \$ 5s. : First Prize £1 : Second V'' ^ ^ -$$ \ . Prize 10s. Entrance Is. .\ *\ %£ M § r,^ 2. Sack Race. 100yds. Prize 10s. ,- M \ |J$jS ^ Entrance Is. ' ^ ^g |-| v -5. Sheffield Handicap, of £10. 100 s-2 ^ '£f tf% . % yds. : First Prize &1 ; Second ^ 5; *??**? S*\| N| *Prixe £2 : Third Prize £1 : ^ ^ 2'l W% ^ n^v Nominations Is. Acceptance J t! ; 5. ^** ii ^ ~X 4- Throwing at Wicket. Prize ISs. ^-: %% -3^;-\^ Entrance Is. - ^oJ*^ W^'\ \ ;'). Pole Guessing Competition. Prize $ ^ %% p^\ . ^ 10s. Eniriiice (ii.l. , \^ -.#. :*£ - '^V\ C). Farew.dl Handicap, of £1. 10s. CS ^ #^ %$ V\ '; First Prize £1 ;w. : S-Cond j\' | %% '^N^ r ~- Prize /is. Kntrance Is....

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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The Drain Upon Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

The Drain Upon Ireland. In spite of the improved prospects which Ireland has gained by its new land legislation, the exodus of its people to Canada and America, and particularly to the latter, continues unabated. The Bishop of Water torii, speaKi ng a lew days ago at a meeting of an Anti-emigration Society which lias been formed to discourage this wholesale abandon ment of the country, made astriking statement. Quoting the statistics of emigration since LS80, he estimated that for every 100 Irishmen now living in Ireland there were sixty living in America. Every emigrant who crossed the Atlantic induced two or three others to. follow him. ?' In fact,'1 said the Bishop, ' Ireland is being shifted to America.'. The chief cities there swarm with Hiber nians and their descendants. An American newspaper humorously suggests that King Edward should complete the pacification of Ireland by making a friendly visit to New York.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

Items of Interest. One paper estimated the Mel bourne Cup attendance at a hundred thousand. A woman who had been knocked down by a cyclist was admitted to a hospital on Saturday last, and died the following day. On TuHsdnv niirht of last week an old resident of Brbughton Vale, in the person of Mr. Francis Rankin, died suddenly at his residence. Mr. Rankin had attended a clearing-out sale on that day, and was attending to farm duties the same evening about 5.30. Shortly afterwards he took a bad turn, and expired about -) o'clock- The cause of death is said to have been apoplexy, canned 'by sitting out in the heat during the day. The Works Department, says a Grafton writer, declined to entertain the designs of Mr. Skelton of Byron Bay for a pontoon bridge over the river at Graf ton, on the. ground that .such a structure would be unsuitable and would cost at least double the designer's estimate. The Depart ment prefers a high level jn-kl«e which is estimated to cost £70.01)0. (Another ...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

A WMWWIWM MfliillMY IIES©!!!1'. B Y H 0 N BAY. ?:\iT!!--t£l A-«--i9iBUo-3:itioiB. Kvst A!--s, Wines, :m-l Spirits. 15-«st of Tahhs. Kvrrv \U«nJs«o. i Sample am! Ef tl £i;a i-cl Jlnoms. ftxporieiMTtf :s es-l -'ar«'fc!l f»rooFii. IloN'l Wsi&^onotir mccis ;a8! AwivHls l;y Sea ;im-I 'S'a-sa beb. \ S this Hotel is situated nearer to the Pacific Ocean tlnni anv other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms A ! AS A SUMMER RESORT. D. QUAIX, PROPRIETOR : (?; EN K I \ A. I , SrPC ) I IK K KK I \ER's. .BY RON I ] A Y . (\ri( Ni.-w Sim-W lit' Sjii-iiiL'- l)i-;i|H'iy has arrivcil. cinisistinu' nt' the latest, scasdiiahlc Dress Fabrics ami 'rrimniiiiys, / a lV\v li.n'saiv 1 1 1 n l» ? i*i i it ? 1 1 ( iniic-| : ? '] IIOYLK'S I'lJlXTS aii'l 'AY. I'll Yl!S in chiiriiiin.-r ilesi.n'iis ami ail shades. TilK LA'I'KST Di-JKSS M A'l'lvlU A l.S vi/. : ? Vuils. Siiiral Cifpon. Fiviirh Delaines. I'ninn Lim.-n. Fancy i'local ^fiislins. l-'ancy Spot and Hordei-ed ^Itislins. etc.. etc.. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

gain's £10 Sheffield j+andicap. TO BE RUN AT BYRON BAY OX KING'S BIRTHDAY, (November IHh). [On the old Ground known as Kirk's] The following are Starts, for the abovu- Handicap. 2 yds. J. Connors (Scratch). ;\ yds. P. Devereux. ?1 yds. W. E. Bal/er, W. Torres. f) yds. F. Savill. ?? Vanity.'' (5 vds. freo. Connors, H. Wells, V. 'Phillips, D. Hij-ins. IT. Sinclair. E. Jones. 7 vds. C. Hicks, G. Brooke.. S yds. Albert Lee. J. Watson, ( '. 0. McCarthy. W. II. Perkins. 0. Poison, R. Flannery. K. Ben nett, Jim Smith, T. H. Caine. 0. Reileng, Jack ('Ionian, J. Thomson, G. Walker, M. Walker. A. Hunt, E. Drinkwater. '.? yds. Jas. Shea, J. Kelly. A. Berg, W. Devi ne, William John son' 0. (;. Walkden, P. Kiny. N. Elbra. G. Phillips. H. Kmipp. Bert Miller. J. Boyle, A. Barton. 10 yds. J. Lniulriuan. H. Prior. P. 0. Yager, J. Myers, G. Myers. W. Graham, Jas. McLean, R. McClymont, A. Gihnore. J. South. N. Luke. 1.1. yds. J. Brouir|u ,j. MoLVmo-li. W. B. Marr, T. Attlick. W. Attiick. D. Mi-Grath, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

CIRCULATING LARGELY THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. ? tsavfojAea e//eiy tJafolaay, -.Svujfo/j//ui. BYRON BAY, Sworn Valuator under the Real Property ^ Act. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. I AND ami Greneral Commission A cent -J Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire). ? c R- W, Thompson, ?TUN.. & CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. MUfAAmiilMRY. A UCTIONS held and Properties for 3- Private Sale in all parts of the Bi« Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A: lnv-i(! list of properties to select from. Sugar Rebate, and Land and In come Tax, returns made out and forwarded. NORTH COAST CJO-OP. -O. LfltflTJHK ? { — NOTICK. — WE will be prepared to receive Cream at the new Factorv. Lismore. fom iii-ndiiw WEDNESDAY. Hvil DECEM-I BEE, lt)D-i. W. H. CLIFFORD, Secretary. Pv. O. EWTNG, Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c. Government Assessor, an v ic w i i, i, u jti is \ ii . Sworn Valuator Binder I{-»;t| ! Property Ae«. ! Aifent for New Zealand Insurance Co., I — MK...

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Keeping Them Straight. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

Keeping; Them Straight. A somewhat disagreeable system of espionage seems to he in use among bank managers in New York. Everj bank and every hotel, accord ing to an American journal, has its own private detective, who watches all who come and go, from the part ners and officers to the bell-boys and messengers. It is told of the presi dent of a well-known banking in stitution that now and again he sends for some of his clerks to hold] some such conversation as this : — I 'Last Tuesday,' he will say, lt you i spent the evening at Jones's billiard j saloon : did you not ?' ' Yes, sir,' will stammer the astonished clerk. ?* You took, during the evening, six! rounds of drinks with your compan-j ions, of which you paid for four :' did you not f ' ' Yes, sir,' replies! uhe astonished youth. 'Then you; went to Miles', and lost fifteen dol-j lars at. faro: is it not so? Don't' deny it — I know all about you.' The; president will then go on ami tell his man where he lives, how he; lives, whom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

BYRON BAY. KA T'7 ROT I7- '\T (LATE L. GRIMWOOD), while thanking his Customers for »heir support in ? J\. K.J X^lOJLj JjJ X ^ the past begs to draw their attention to a few Startling !5T Grocery, f$ Colonial Sugar Coy's l.A. Sugar, 14,- 701b Bag. ^ \ -j# Colonial Sugar Coy's. l.C. Sugar 1/5/- 701b Bag. ?x« ] #$ Currants— Fresh Fi-uit ? ail. per lb. *£ ;; '*£ Kaisins ? Gil. per lb. && '; ~-k& Salmon ? M. ?&& pg T i n neil Fru i ts ? Stl. ^ j -.# Tinned Pine Apple ? [hi. -*,.. I $'£ .Telly Squares ? f-il. each JC | ** Pickles— Onion. Piccalilli, and Mixed (»rt. per Bottle ~ '*& | £y .j# Pickles — Morton's ? lOd. ^^ ^ ? ^ Mr* Cream of Tartar ? 1/- per lb. JM -£-£ -;^ Hn Worcester Sauce Lays ? 4d. per Bottle. iffll *-'* i ^ ^?l Jaujs — Aunt Mary's it Taylor's ... f-d. per Tin. JM^ *% ^w l)t-st American Barbed Wire ... ]'-/- per Coil. ^ *S IHOXMOXGKHY AT LOWKKT RATKS. »* --: DRAPERY ^'X|iff prints. Smithium- g«»ods just landed. - - - CROCKE...

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Lord Lonsdale on Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

Lord Lonsdalc on Australia. Lord Lonsdale, on being inter viewed in regard to the conclusions he had arrived at as the result of the visit he paid recently to Australia, said that all Australian industry was handicapped by the labour difficulty. ' There is, Lord Lonsdale said, ' boundless scope in Australia for agriculture if labour were not so dear and if attempts were not made to limit the working day to G^ hours.' These titled globe-trotters who come and pass a few days in our largest cities, and finest hotels, consider they are qualified to express an opinion, and have that opinion quoted as though it were gospel. A little practical experience on a farm from the usual dawn till dark, might make even the English aristocrat think farm-work as well worth good pay as ordinary labour in town and city. The work attached to a farm is harder, and necessary to the whole community, it counot be well and contentedly done by ill-paid workers. in tact tne time nas gone uy wnen men were conte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

SUMMER Goods ? IN ? Drapery, IN THE FOLLOWING LINES. Fancy Muslin's, Black ;iml White Muslins, in Spot and Floral Designs. Also Linens in White and Coloured, All shades, mostly worn this Season. GRASS LAWNS, A lovely summer fabric. Besides a large and unique range of New Prints. In newest colourings and patterns. LACES. White, Cream, .Ecru. Fawn A: Twine. ; A New consignment of Summer Boots, AND Shoes, A SJ'KntMTV I!* W1HT1] *iioi:s i\ ali, sizi;s. A visit will Pay you. TO Happy Everitt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STKKET. Byron Bay JOHX (LA\(V. The Noted Seed ami Produce Merehant. Molesworth-St.. LlSMOHK. ; CiHKAPKST a ;-l most reliable Hoods only Stocked. mnrT-.irro ;m.i'- in... . iz. — - it — ? -. ^..- - — S'lEltlic Apology. ? ( ? Having \\*vi\ oll'ensive words to you in the liaiiway yard. Byron Buy recently, in the heat of temper. 1 wish to express regret, mid hereby apologise to you for same. EP.NKST W. SHAH P. To Mr. .John Davies. Hyron Paw 2nd November. .1 '.)(-;-. ' Witness. Owen B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

DAIKYJVIEN A\I)1AIUII,KS II The Berrima District Coy., Harris Street, Sydney, Is a Co-operative Coy I Paid ;5(. per cent. Bonus to Suppliers. 1!H.)J. Highest Prices for all Produce ! Prompt Returns. Cash in Bank ! Business Nearly Quarter Million Annually ! Ask for Particulars ! Send Consignments ! Share in Profits !

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5th. ; C.ivanba s.-.'ii.'i tons. Captain J. H. Hunter i iroui Sytluey. Passengers ^lesiiauics H.iuKins. S;iarpe. Flitcrovt. ^Lisses Ware I Hani. B.iKei1. Hawkins. M'Uratli. Keene. and .Master M'Kie. I\Iessrs. Wareliam. Breillat v-J).Ryaii (-J). M'Donald. (lilnuuv. C.iiewell. Paviour. Wells, Tiiompson. ? Crowe. YouiiL'er. Honlahan. ! FREIGHT. : lti) Tn.i.- ueneral nierchaiulise. 4^ head caitii. ! REPORT. \ J.i'i't ^.VilneV at lD.l.'i o;i the iird. ' a:id arr;\e'! in Byron Bay at ln.;-) a.m. on ' the .'nil. C.ilied at tiie iH'.ial ports. Kx perieiieeii mo lerate southerly winds, sea - iioo:h.

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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

weekly market report. ? I Butter : — Local sales are decreasingi weekly, all country orders are being filled by inland factories whose sur-| plus is now forwarded to this market. The following arrivals of butter in Sydney for the current month clearly indicate the abnormal increased production. For week ending Oct. (5th (5oo2 „ „ „ „ loth i)3U3 ,, „ „ „ 25th i:-W4() Total boxes #7-S2o During the month of September only 24,!)74 boxes were received. Choice brands now 9d. others ac cording to quality. Export : — Cables from London are still encouraging, and factories are packing increased quantities for ex port. Bacon : — Prime sides selling from 9d. to iHd. per lb. j Cheese : — The demand is very quiet and the market easy, stocks are accumulating rather heavily and it is evident prices will have to be; reduced in order to effect a clear ance. Prime makes Gid. to 7d. soft new and inferior sorts from ;-d. Lard : — Slow sales at -id. per lb. ! Beeswax : — Is to Is Id. per lb. Honfev : — ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 7 November 1903

BETTEB OPTS ? EAT YOU TO UY, ? ' MOLESWOETH STBEET,' tsr LISMORE.

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